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Alberto Lleras Camargo

Alberto Lleras Camargo (3 July 1906 – 4 January 1990) was the liberal party politician, he also served as Minister of Government, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and as Minister of National Education in the administrations of President Alfonso López Pumarejo.[1]

Lleras Camargo served as congressman of Colombia.[2] He was also a cousin of later president Carlos Lleras Restrepo.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Military Junta
President of Colombia
1958–1962
Succeeded by
Guillermo León Valencia Muñoz


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